|Purchase Annual Percentage Rate (APR)||16.24% to 24.24%‡, based on your creditworthiness. These APRs will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate.|
|Balance Transfer APR||16.24% to 24.24%‡, based on your creditworthiness. These APRs will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate.|
|Cash Advance APR||26.99%‡. This APR will vary based on the Prime Rate.|
|How to Avoid Paying Interest on Purchases||Your due date will be a minimum of 21 days after the close of each billing cycle. We will not charge you interest on purchases if you pay your entire balance by the due date each month. We will begin charging interest on balance transfers, cash advances, and overdraft advances on the transaction date.|
|Minimum Interest Charge||None|
|Credit Card Tips from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau||To learn more about factors to consider when applying for or using a credit card, visit the website of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau at www.consumerfinance.gov/learnmore.|
|‡These APRs will vary with the market based on the Prime Rate. Click here to see complete Pricing & Terms.
|Annual Membership Fee||None|
|Balance Transfer Fee||Either $5 or 5% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater.|
|Cash Advance Fee||Either $10 or 5% of the amount of each transfer, whichever is greater.|
|Foreign Transaction Fee||None|
|Late Payment Fee||Up to $38|
|Return Payment Fee||Up to $38|
|Return Check Fee||None|
|Issuer||Chase Bank USA, N.A.|
Additional Information/Frequently Asked Questions for Current Cardholders
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Determining Points Available for Use at Amazon.com: Your Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card points balance reflects your points balance as of your last billing cycle. Points earned in a billing cycle typically become available for use once the billing cycle has ended. You can see the available points for use by logging into your account at Chase.com.
Getting Additional Help with Your Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card: The Amazon Prime Rewards Visa Signature Card is issued by Chase. For card servicing requests or questions such as current balance, payment due date, statement questions and more, please visit their website at Chase.com.
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Boy was I ever wrong. The nightmare started when I had finally made my decision to purchase and wanted my new laptop express shipped because my previous PC finally died. The card activation went without a hitch and so did the purchase, well at least it seemed that way on the surface. I received a order confirmation and was told the unit would ship overnight. two days later I still hadn't received anything and the vendor finally sent a note stating they had to hold the shipment because the card was later declined. I was confused, it was a brand new card with a huge available credit balance on it. I had nothing else to go on, no note from Amazon or a card issuer so I had to start making phone calls. Amazon support told me that they had Chase issue the card and I had to call them. After spending a half hour on hold I was told I couldn't talk to anyone about the card without knowing the card number. Being that I had not yet received a card, that was impossible. A couple of hours of escalation later, I was able to talk to a 'supervisor' who told me that the they routinely decline large purchases as a fraud prevention policy. What?!?! My other lenders all just call me or text me and ask if I am making a large purchase, they don't decline the sale! Chase insisted that was proper. Needless to say I didn't get the laptop after 3 days of screwing around.
I immediately canceled the account with them as now I was mad. I didn't really need the card anyway and purchased it with an existing account. The pain didn't stop there however. Chase had told me they canceled the card, but it really wasn't canceled. They had immediately charged it with a 99 cent activation fee. Because it was semi-cancelled though, I didn't know that until I was sent a late notice with a $25 late fee attached. Arguing got me no where and I ended up paying the late fee and the extra dollar to get rid of something that caused me nothing but trouble from the minute I clicked the accept button.